My name is Malte Müller-von der Ohe. But I hope you will remember not only my curious name in the future.
I´m 21 and a student in Kassel. In the last 4 years I spend much time in learning oil painting. Digital Painting is a new discipline and I know I need much MUCH MUUUUUCH to learn.
My last oil painting
The third speedpaint in my life
And my little friend called 48-fingers
Last edited by Bazzu; October 29th, 2008 at 06:13 PM.
The last one is great. Is it digital? Keep posting.
Thanks for your comment. Yes it´s digital.
Bottles (little 4-hours-painting)
Würd' jetzt gerne nur auf deutsch labern, aber auf dieser Site möchte ich nicht aus dem Englisch-Trott kommen, daher -
"48-fingers" is simply ... genius ... and the other pictures show a lot of talent(hmm, having named something "genius" and somethings "talented" in the same sentence seems to reduce the awesomeness of the "only-talented" stuff, but I hope you know that's not my intention ..)
The paintings are wonderful, for example, I love how the table, where the bottles stand on, got just as much attention.
Keep it coming, I'm curious about some sketches.
Greetings from Ösiland !
Thanks for your crits!
You want some sketches? Here you are. Sorry, its possibly not as much as you´d expect but I want to have a constant good level of the art that is shown here.
Further I have to spend my time in drawing till my fingers bleed and not in scanning my sketches...
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Giant Turtle Skribbles
Another giant turtle... ^^
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Walking on his arms.
Ein neues kleines Monster. So ca. 14 m hoch.
Last edited by Bazzu; October 4th, 2008 at 08:08 AM.
Thank you for the crit. But I´m sorry that my English is too bad to understand the last sentence...
anatomy studies - red crosses mark the best without references
Hey. These are coming along nicely.
I think your shadows are getting really dark in places and probably a little to desaturated. This dulls your images. Keep working from life and you can also color pick on photos to see how the shadows really "look". Photos might not be accurate but you'll catch the drift.
Thank you both for the useful crits! I´ll try to work on my basic mistakes. =)
I realized that my screen calibration sucks....so my pics seem to be extremly dark....